Our organism is not a tangle of energetic, biological, psychic activities or of cells, tissues, and organs. Its different components and activities are completely interrelated and have a strict order.
The observation of the spontaneous movement together with a great deal of data provided by Western science and by ancient Eastern knowledge about Chinese meridians, show that the human organism is structured by five universal movements and coordinate their different activities.
When the Vertical movement is activated, we adopt a straight up position from our heads, we tighten the muscular series and the vertical vertebrae. The central nervous system and the observant planning psyche-mind are activated.
When the Frontal movement is activated, we are drawn forwards from the shoulders by tightening the muscular series and frontal vertebrae and the motor-respiratory system. The efficient pragmatic psyche-mind is activated.
When the Lateral movement is activated, we bend sidewards from the middle area of the body by tightening the muscular series and the lateral vertebrae. The digestive-circulatory system and the emotional communicative psyche are activated.
When the Rotary movement is spontaneously activated, we twist our bodies backwards from the waist by tightening the muscular series and the rotary vertebrae. The urinary-recycling system and the competitive conclusive psyche-mind are activated.
When the Central movement is spontaneously activated, our bodies get a compact look, downwards-inwards from the pelvis, by tightening the muscular series and the central vertebrae. The reproductive-connective system and the affective absolute psyche-mind are activated.